Some articles on century, twentieth century:
... that are the core of zoo exhibits since the late eighteenth century members of this group are invariably large vertebrates and include elephants, rhinoceroses, hippopotamuses, large primates, and ... amongst noble and royal families in the thirteenth century, and until the seventeenth century were called seraglios at that time, they came to be ... Tower of London in a seraglio established by King John in the thirteenth century, probably stocked with animals from an earlier menagerie started in 1125 by Henry I ...
... suggests that the North Atlantic SST anomaly at the end of the twentieth century is equally divided between the externally forced component and internally generated variability, and that the current peak is ...
... The Pilgrims' Square, where approximately 20,000 people assemble every year to celebrate the July church festival, has been restored ... For the festival, about 40 companies of pilgrims arrive on foot each year ...
... It is commonly agreed that China led the world in science and technology from about the tenth century to about the fifteenth century ... and technological activity in China dwindled, however, after the 14th century ... In the nineteenth century, the trauma of repeated defeat at the hands of Western invaders (in 1840-41 and 1860) finally convinced some Chinese leaders of the need to master foreign military technology ...
... in this story, who in the eighteenth century was known as Tenma ... He also revealed later that she has battled Hades in the age of myth, then in the fifteenth century, eighteenth century and finally in the twentieth century ... She battled Poseidon in the twentieth century, 2000 years after their battle in the region of Attica ...
Famous quotes related to twentieth century:
“One of the peculiar sins of the twentieth century which weve developed to a very high level is the sin of credulity. It has been said that when human beings stop believing in God they believe in nothing. The truth is much worse: they believe in anything.”
—Malcolm Muggeridge (19031990)
“Advertising is the greatest art form of the twentieth century.”
—Marshall McLuhan (19111980)
“War is bestowed like electroshock on the depressive nation; thousands of volts jolting the system, an artificial galvanizing, one effect of which is loss of memory. War comes at the end of the twentieth century as absolute failure of imagination, scientific and political. That a war can be represented as helping a people to feel good about themselves, their country, is a measure of that failure.”
—Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)
“A writer is in danger of allowing his talent to dull who lets more than a year go past without finding himself in his rightful place of composition, the small single unluxurious retreat of the twentieth century, the hotel bedroom.”
—Cyril Connolly (19031974)
“... the nineteenth century believed in science but the twentieth century does not. Not.”
—Gertrude Stein (18741946)